Heather visited South Africa in 2011 and became close friends with a cheetah named Dew. She visits him regularly and she has the unique experience of seeing his softer side.
“Bear hug” is a commonly used description but this is how it translates in nature.
This family in Finland found an injured squirrel and nursed it back to health. They named it Arttu and he lived with them for six years before he died.
This poor manatee needed a little love and luckily someone came to his aid.
The Fukushima nuclear plant was damaged in the 2011 tsunami causing locals to flee the area. Naoto Matsumura, 55, stayed behind to feed the animals who were abandoned in the disaster.
These animals are in touch with their inner Irish side and ready to have a party this St Patrick’s Day.
This odd animal is called tarsius monkey and it is native to Southeast Asia.
When you look at all these sad faces you will rethink your next holiday.
Martin Le-May is a hobby photographer lucky enough to witness this incredible sight first hand.
This zebra foal was stuck in the mud until a kind Rhino came to its rescue.
Adopting an animal is one way to change a life forever.
This elephant stopped off at a watering hole to have a bath but got a little more than he bargained for.
Adam Hanlon shows excessive amounts of bravery as he gets close enough to photograph the inside of a shark’s mouth.
This rare bird was found in Petaluma and it is now safely being cared for by the International Bird Rescue team.
This owl was sitting in the sunlight and enjoyed it so much that it began to melt like an ice cream cone.
This cute doggie duo have welcomed little Reese to their clan and now it is just adorableness overload.
Chimpanzees share the most DNA to humans and when you see how this chimp reacts to learning she had lost her baby, you will agree that we do share a lot with these furry beings.